Are you looking to learn real strategies to address inclusiveness and improve employee engagement? Join Dr. Jamyce Curtis Banks to discuss the "how" of diversity and inclusion. You will learn how to measure dispositions, address difficult conversations, and develop the skills necessary to implement diversity and inclusion strategies.
No RSVP required.
SpeakYourStory Book Submission
The theme of the book is the Strength and Power of Women. We want to hear your personal stories of resilience and courage in overcoming obstacles that threatened to destroy your will. We want to know about the part of you that saved YOU.
Submissions are due November 15th and can be emailed to email@example.com or online
Women's Adventure Contest
DNK Presents is proud to announce the first and only women's adventure contest and documentary featuring women in the wilderness all taking place right here in Indiana. Learn all the details here and we look forward to seeing your nomination in November!
Get connected with Mentoring Women's Network
November 4th 2pm-3pm
November Monthly Mentoring Chat with Tonja Eagan. Register
November 5th 12pm-1pm
Indianapolis Workshop Mentoring Experience Presented by USA Funds. To learn more about what mentoring is and how it works, register
Relive IWL Indy!
Want to see what the IWL conferences are all about? Check out this recap video to see for yourself!
Save the Date!
March 24th, 2016
Louisville Downtown Mariott
Integrating Woman Leaders Foundation is excited to announce the date of our 2nd Annual Louisville Women's Leadership Conference! Mark your calendars for March 24th of next year. We are eager to help you continue to grow, build your network, and strengthen your personal brand. See you there!
11:15am - 1:30pm
Skyline Club of Indianapolis
Interested in learning about how to engage with Millennials in the workplace? Millennial expert Cara Silletto will be joining IWL this month to share proven tips on how to bridge that generational gap. RSVP here!
IWL Blog Spotlight
How Improvisation Helped Me to Overcome Feeling Like a Fraud
by: Lauren Hesler, Integrating Woman Leaders Marketing and Communications Intern
For women in the workplace confidence does not always come easily. We often downplay our accomplishments, have trouble accepting credit and compliments, and avoid pursuing positions that could offer considerable challenges to us. Although well-qualified, many women don't attempt to obtain certain jobs if they do not feel one hundred percent confident and capable. I have experienced this fraudulent syndrome first hand when I applied for my first college internship. My first day at this internship, however, served to validate my concerns and restore my faith in myself.
This past summer I began searching for an internship for the upcoming school semester. I knew that I was passionate about women's issues and aspired to work in a position where I could help individual women use their talents to flourish. As a Communications major, I was hoping to do so while using my knowledge of media and interpersonal relationships.
When I heard about the Integrating Woman Leaders Foundation's Marketing and Communications internship, I was excited about the potential opportunity to be working with an organization so dedicated to diversity and female empowerment. I hadn't had much professional experience, and wasn't quite sure that my skills met all of the requirements of the job description.
IWL hosts quarterly networking events. To learn more, see the details on our Events Page.
Networking Power Package
Join IWL for your choice of four quarterly networking events at a discount.
Contact Maggie Anderson to sign up.
Thank you to our 2015 Indianapolis Sponsors!
Thank you to our 2015 Louisville Sponsors!
IWL Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. To give to the IWL Foundation or become a corporate sponsor of the IWL Brand You Women's Leadership Conference, contact Maggie Anderson, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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